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    • A review of power distribution test feeders in the United States and the need for synthetic representative networks 

      Postigo Marcos, Fernando Emilio; Mateo Domingo, Carlos; Gómez San Román, Tomás; Palmintier, Bryan; Hodge, Bri-Mathias; Krishnan, Venkat; Cuadra García, Fernando; Mather, Barry (18/11/2017)
      Under the increasing penetration of distributed energy resources and new smart network technologies, distribution utilities face new challenges and opportunities to ensure reliable operations, manage service quality, and ...
    • Building large-scale synthetic U.S. distribution network models 

      Mateo Domingo, Carlos; Postigo Marcos, Fernando Emilio; Cuadra García, Fernando; Gómez San Román, Tomás; Elgindy, Tarek; Dueñas Martínez, Pablo; Palmintier, Bryan; Hodge, Bri-Mathias; Krishnan, Venkat
      Distribution utilities are facing new challenges to integrate distributed energy resources in an efficient way. At the same time, the research community is developing new algorithms that can help to address these challenges. ...
    • Exploiting graphlet decomposition to explain the structure of complex networks: the GHuST framework 

      Espejo González, Rafael; Mestre Marcos, Guillermo; Postigo Marcos, Fernando Emilio; Lumbreras Sancho, Sara; Ramos Galán, Andrés; Huang, Tao; Bompard, Ettore
      The characterization of topology is crucial in understanding network evolution and behavior. This paper presents an innovative approach, the GHuST framework (Global connectivity, HUbs, Strings and Triangles), to describe ...
    • Impact of solar PV self-consumption policies on distribution networks and regulatory implications 

      Mateo Domingo, Carlos; Cossent Arín, Rafael; Gómez San Román, Tomás; Prettico, Giuseppe; Frías Marín, Pablo; Fulli, Gianluca; Meletiou, Alexis; Postigo Marcos, Fernando Emilio (01/12/2018)
      The sustained cost reduction of solar photovoltaics (PV) modules together with the introduction of self-consumption policies is transforming passive electricity consumers into active ones (prosumers). However, self-consumption ...
    • Línea de alta tensión a 220kV simple circuito duplex con tramo subterráneo entre las subestaciones de Carbonero el Mayor y Cantimpalos 

      Postigo Marcos, Fernando Emilio (2014)
      La red de transporte y distribución de energía eléctrica será la encargada de unir puntos de generación y consumo. Las líneas eléctricas jugarán un papel fundamental en este proceso ya que serán las encargadas de ...
    • Phase-selection algorithms to minimize cost and imbalance in U.S. synthetic distribution datasets 

      Postigo Marcos, Fernando Emilio; Mateo Domingo, Carlos; Gómez San Román, Tomás; Cuadra García, Fernando; Dueñas Martínez, Pablo; Elgindy, Tarek; Hodge, Bri-Mathias; Palmintier, Bryan; Krishnan, Venkat
      The increasing penetration of distributed energy resources (DERs) is necessitating development of new algorithms and tools for distribution system operation and planning; however, there is a lack of publicly available ...
    • Smart-DS: synthetic models for advanced, realistic testing: distribution systems and scenarios 

      Krishnan, Venkat; Palmintier, Bryan; Hodge, Bri-Mathias; Hale, Elaine T.; Elgindy, Tarek; Bugbee, Bruce; Rossol, Michael N.; Lopez, Anthony J.; Krishnamurthy, Dheepak; Vergara Ramírez, Claudio Ricardo; Mateo Domingo, Carlos; Postigo Marcos, Fernando Emilio; Cuadra García, Fernando; Gómez San Román, Tomás; Dueñas Martínez, Pablo
      The National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) in collaboration with Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Universidad Pontificia Comillas (Comillas-IIT, Spain) and GE Grid Solutions, is working on an ARPA-E GRID ...